Carnival of Real Estate #34
March 19, 2007
Having neglected to submit an entry to recent carnivals, I’ve also been remiss in keeping up to date with the other entries. Time to remedy that shortfall!
Michael Price of MLPodcast.com was kind of enough to host this week’s carnival. This week’s winner was Roger, a software engineer at Trulia, who recounted his adventures in selling his southern California home. (Note to Roger: I owe you a response to a comment made in one of the earlier posts in this series. You asked, “Are sellers really back in control?” As far as the Peninsula is concerned, absolutely. Multiple offers are back in style, and to the extent that average listing prices are an accurate indication, Palo Alto prices are up at least 10% this year.)
Second place was one of the canine contributors at Bloodhound, Brian Brady, with his explanation of the woes of the subprime mortgage market.
For third place, we travelled back to the Bay Area, where our very own Pat Kitano discusses the spirit of community in blogging.
Next week I promise to have an entry myself.
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